New SOTW Digital Magazine: Outerlimits SC 37 Cat, Multi-Outboard Setup Tips, Team Woody Spotlight, and More

With beautiful photographs taken in Key West of the very first Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats SC 37 in mind – not to mention the company’s entry into the outboard motor sport catamaran game – the latest digital magazine Speed ​​On The Water is now available for Download.

Beyond the spotlight on the 37-foot twin powered by Mercury Racing 450R, which was part of the Florida Powerboat Club’s season-ending Key West Poker Run, also highlighted in the magazine alongside the American Power Boat Association, produced by Race World Offshore. World Offshore Championships, the new issue features a closer look at one of the original performance center console builders, Midnight Express Boats, and how the company continues to raise the bar in the segment.

The magazine also includes an informative perspective on the configuration techniques that go into four, five and even six outboard motor boats. The same author of this story, Eric Colby, a member of the editorial team, wrote about the growing Texas-based offshore racing team, Team Woody. Led by enthusiasts Billy Shipley and Chad Woody, Team Woody has more boats in their fleet than some classes, and they’re having more fun, too.

Offering a perspective on what lies ahead, Grant’s Signature Racing’s Grant Bruggemann discusses his expectations heading into the 2022 season and the latest On Scene sections look back at some winter events in Florida – the Toys Tour and the Joey Gratton Memorial New Year’s Day Fun Run.

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Amanda P. Whitten